Love for the development of our minds:
Later that week, Miss Lotto once again returned to all four schools to distribute book vouchers to the students, and tokens to the teachers. This time, she targeted students at the beginner levels to beautify their minds and aid in the enhancement of their literacy skills. “They wanted me to read more stories after my first. I guess I’m a good story teller! I enjoyed every moment I spent with the students of East St. George this week. I wish to do this more.”
This means that through Jada’s ‘1000 Acts of Kindness’ project, each student in the East St. George community in Kindergarten, Grades One and Grade Two (357 students) will receive one story book generously donated by Monica Dougan, Dr. Hughes Dougan and family, redeemable by voucher. These books will be delivered and presented to all students during the course of this week.
The Staff of these schools were also considered and presented with water bottles, bags, pens and pencils as a small token of appreciation compliments the ‘1000 Acts of Kindness’ initiative, as Jada believes that teachers play an integral role in the education of our nation’s youth and should be recognized at all times.
According to Jada, “My efforts would not be as gratifying had it not been for the welcoming attitude displayed by every student and teacher within these schools. I am beyond thankful to GECCU and the Beauty Shows Committee for the inclusion of this activity to the Miss SVG Pageant. It is also imperative for children to understand the importance of giving back to the environment and saving the trees, as they are our main source of oxygen, which is essential to our lives.”